Diamond Creek Farm News

Sweet Lou Book Closed 2019

Diamond Creek Farm is pleased to announce that champion harness racing pacer, Sweet Lou is fully booked and closed in 2019. Sweet Lou has served a full book of prestigious mares for the past four years and looks to continue that tradition into the future with another high quality group of mares in 2019. His […]

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Open House 2018

The 4th annual Diamond Creek Open House will be June 2nd,2018 from 11a-3pm! Rain or Shine, there will be food, drinks and fun for all! Find out more on our facebook page or give us a call at 7176387100.

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Golden Girls: Can Du River

Can Du River (1991 , P, 4, 1:53.4S $101,665) Cam Fella – Keystone Chick – Albatross  The matriarch of a hugely productive family, Can Du River alone has produced 5 quarter million dollar earners and waited until her 12th and final foal to produce her fastest one (Class Six, $274,641; 1:49.4). Not a slouch by […]

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Meet The Diamond Creek Staff: 2018 Interns

Breeding season officially kicks off next week, so we wanted to take the time to welcome our 2018 interns. Taylor Johnston joins us from Westerville, Ohio.  She grew up on the racing side of the industry, having been around many different racetracks.  Taylor started grooming racehorses at 16 at Scioto Downs and got her first grooming win […]

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Breeding Memos for PA and OH Stallions

2018 BREEDING MEMO: Pennsylvania Stallions Place semen requests by phone, email, or text! Call: 717-638-7100 Email: [email protected] Text: 859-967-3240 ***NEW number for 2018*** DATES AND TIMES Call-in time for USA breeders is BEFORE 7am on collection days. You are welcome to call in the afternoon/evening prior to collection day, but in no case later than […]

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Breeder Fund FAQ

  What is the difference between the Breeders Fund program and the Sire Stakes? The Breeders Fund benefits the owner of the mare when she is bred to the stallion.  The Breeders Fund is a percentage of qualifying purses earned by the resulting eligible foal. Payments are made to the breeder of the foal, regardless […]

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Shuttle Stallion Series: Transport

The Shuttle Stallion series returns this edition with a focus on some of the paperwork and testing that has to be done before our stallions can actually be shipped overseas. For this article, we talked with Dr. Courtney Pink and Rachel Keeney, both who have been instrumental in making sure “all the I’s are dotted […]

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Meet The Staff

This episode of “Meet The Staff” features one of our Kentucky employees, Meagan Cyrus. Meagan is a farmhand at our Kentucky farm, who has been with us for almost 2 years, after first working for Diamond Creek in Pennsylvania as a foaling intern. Meagan first came to us after her senior year at Purdue. She […]

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Meet The Staff

In this month’s Meet The Staff, we introduce you to Emily Gross. Emily started at Diamond Creek a year and a half ago as a foaling intern, and is now working as our overnight foal watch during the season and in the barn on the off season.  Her favorite part of the year is foaling out […]

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Shuttle Stallion Series

In the next few issues of this newsletter, we will focus on “Shuttle Stallions” and try and answer some questions that many readers have about the whole process of shipping a stallion Down Under, from choosing to send a stallion to the paperwork and quarantine requirements and what they can expect life to be like […]

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